Caroline Frost

Mia Wasikowska: 'Jane Had Nothing But Her Strongest Passion' | Caroline Frost | Posted 06.11.2011 | UK Entertainment

“What really fascinated me was the sheer isolation – no internet, no TV, I mean, just imagine!” Mia Wasikowska, star of the latest big-scree...

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Richard And Judy, Noses Deep In Books And Working Harder Than Ever | Caroline Frost | Posted 01.11.2011 | UK Entertainment

"Our friends are all completely down to earth, and we don't hang out on red carpets. We have our best times when we're away from big cities and having...

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Bill Nighy On Sex Symbol Status: 'Just Never Wear Brown Shoes' | Caroline Frost | Posted 27.03.2014 | UK Entertainment

Bill Nighy stars tonight, Thursday 27 March, in 'Salting The Battlefield', the concluding part of 'The Worricker Trilogy', penned and directed by his ...

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Duncan Jones: 'I'm Getting All The Offers And I'm Saying No' | Caroline Frost | Posted 14.10.2011 | UK Entertainment

“I think Jake Gyllenhaal and everyone else in Hollywood were very jealous of Sam Rockwell, and what he managed to do in Moon. I think everyone was h...

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Draco's Dilemma: 'Now I've Got To Prove I Can Do Something Else' | Caroline Frost | Posted 12.10.2011 | UK Entertainment

“I’m worried that in 20 years, my kids are going to see it and shout ‘Dad, you were just an arsehole, what were you doing?’ and I’ll have to...

Dionne Bromfield: Amy Winehouse's Last Gift To Us

Sarah Dean | Posted 25.09.2011 | UK Entertainment
Sarah Dean

Just two hours after the death of her godmother, her mentor and idol, 15 year old Dionne Bromfield performed a professional, flawless gig at a festival in Wales. Dionne was the closest Amy Winehouse came to having a child of her own and what a star she has turned out to be.

The Story Behind A Press Junket: Cars 2

Caroline Frost | Posted 18.09.2011 | UK Entertainment
Caroline Frost

The press junket for Cars 2, which meant a pretty heavyweight offering of the combined talents of Michael Caine, Jason Isaacs and John Lasseter in a London hotel. The corridor was a military invasion of activity - stunning girls on walkie-talkies, security men patrolling the corridors, attendants talking in hushed tones - you could be forgiven for thinking you'd stumbled into a G8 summit.